By Martin Magee, special to The Content Wrangler I’m a member of a gay men’s writer’s group called “Guywriters,” a group whose membership numbers seven. We’re very dedicated, meeting monthly, even in December and January, as well as during the pleasant summer months. The talent in this group is pretty amazing. Almost everyone has been published and all have written some beautiful stories. We’re not competitive with each other; we enjoy each other’s successes. When I first joined the group, I was so intimidated by the talent that I considered leaving the group. I quickly realized that was the reason I should stay. Scott...Read More
Author: Martin Magee
Martin L. Magee is a freelance graphic designer and artist, formerly with the San Francisco Chronicle and now currently working at Wells Fargo Bank. In his freelance work, Martin has assisted a number of agencies and businesses in the San Francisco Bay Area, such as Foote, Cone and Belding, and Cahan and Associates. He has had four showings of his artwork in San Francisco and is currently collaborating on a new drawing show. Both books Martin designed and edited, "Dreaming In The Daytime," a collection of his photographs, and "Spring and Summer at the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace," a photo essay book with Michael A. Toler, are available for sale on iTunes and Amazon. For his client service and design work, Martin has won the PIVOT Award with the Wholesale Marketing Group of Wells Fargo, the AAA Award with the Advertising and Marketing Group of the San Francisco Chronicle, and 2nd Place in the Drawing Category of the art exhibit of the Santa Barbara County Fair at Santa Maria, California. In addition to his interest in art, design, and short fiction writing, Martin has an avid interest in literature and film, and his short films are available for viewing on Vimeo. Follow Martin on LinkedIn, Instagram, and on Twitter at @Kobaltblu13.
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